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December 19th

WINHealth Extends Health Insurance Enrollment Deadline

Wyoming residents could have an extra week to enroll for insurance under the federal Affordable Health Care Act.

District Purchases Electronic Sign

Sheridan County School District 1 will get a new sign in Ranchester soon to let students, parents and area residents know about upcoming events.

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December 19th

Lost Night Service Gives Hope, Encouragement

During the holidays, and especially around Christmas, many people feel anything but happy and willing to celebrate.
For them pain, suffering, and all the ills of the world can take their toll making it difficult or impossible to enjoy the season.

City, County Back CASA Facility Grant Application

Child Advocacy Services Association of the Bighorns (CASA) approached both the Johnson County Commission and the Buffalo City Council at their respective meetings this week to get their backing of the organization's grant application to the Wyoming Business Council to design and construct a new facility for them in Buffalo to serve Johnson County.

Re-Subdivision Clears County Commission

A property near Airport Road in Johnson County has been approved for a re-subdivision after the county commissioners voted to allow the changes.

Toys for Tots Giveaway Approaches

The local Toys for Tots giveaway is set to take place this Saturday in Sheridan between 9 and 7 at Cloud Peak Initiatives, which is located at 151 West Brundage Street.

VISTA Volunteer Helps Senior Center Expand Services

Sheridan's Senior Center is working on expanding its services to more residents of Sheridan County with the aid of new VISTA volunteer Peter Clark. VISTA stands for Volunteers in Service to America and is a federal program, founded in 1965 to fight poverty.

State Education Director Discusses Department Goals

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In late June of this past summer, Governor Matt Mead appointed Richard Crandall to run the Wyoming Department of Education. Crandall, an Arizona Senator, recently explained what landed him in the Cowboy State.

State Legislators Gear up for Budget Session

In less than two months, Wyoming lawmakers will convene in Cheyenne for the budget session. State Representative Kathy Coleman said that she expects the Governor's proposed pay raises to be a contentious issue during the session.